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Maia Kaplan
University of British Columbia
2Publications
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2016
Fabien Burki25
Estimated H-index: 25
(University of British Columbia),
Maia Kaplan2
Estimated H-index: 2
(University of British Columbia)
+ 6 AuthorsPatrick J. Keeling69
Estimated H-index: 69
(Canadian Institute for Advanced Research)
Assembling the global eukaryotic tree of life has long been a major effort of Biology. In recent years, pushed by the new availability of genome-scale data for microbial eukaryotes, it has become possible to revisit many evolutionary enigmas. However, some of the most ancient nodes, which are essential for inferring a stable tree, have remained highly controversial. Among other reasons, the lack of adequate genomic datasets for key taxa has prevented the robust reconstruction of early diversific...
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2013 in Journal of ImmunologyIF: 4.54
Salman Ali1
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(University of British Columbia),
Aaron F. Hirschfeld13
Estimated H-index: 13
(University of British Columbia)
+ 20 AuthorsJin Yan3
Estimated H-index: 3
(University of British Columbia)
Respiratory diseases are the most frequent chronic illnesses in babies and children. Although a vigorous innate immune system is critical for maintaining lung health, a balanced response is essential to minimize damaging inflammation. We investigated the functional and clinical impact of human genetic variants in the promoter of NFKBIA , which encodes IκBα, the major negative regulator of NF-κB. In this study, we quantified the functional impact of NFKBIA promoter polymorphisms (rs3138053, rs223...
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